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Czech markets  |  November 15, 2012 17:30:09

Czech Airlines reaches agreement with pilots to increase their workload

PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - The Czech Association of Airline Pilots (CZALPA) together with Czech Airlines has agreed on a new collective agreement for 2013, which, inter alia, for an increase in limits the workload of pilots. The geometrical modifications of their wages would not occur, informed on Thursday Czech Airlines (CSA).

The new collective agreement also guarantees the employment of pilots, strengthening the so-called principle of seniority or union wage order for pilots of all squadrons.

"This week, the General Assembly held CZALPA. I am very pleased that the membership base, which met in a very large number, unanimously approved the terms that we negotiated with the management of CSA and gave it to the Executive Board CZALPA mandate to conclude the contract," said Stanislav Fiala , President of the Czech Association of Airline Pilots.

Chairman of the Board and President of Czech Airlines' Philippe Moreels added that negotiations on the collective agreement with CZALPA this year was very professional and supported by real facts and logical arguments. "I'm so glad that even though both sides of their content give due attention, we nevysilovali unfounded emotions or individual interests. Everyone apparently was mainly about the future of Czech Airlines," said Moreels.

Results of the negotiations that took place in recent weeks, confirmed by the two parties formally signed in the next few days.

Jan Soukup,

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